Avantes’ Beam Splitter, a new option for Customizing your spectrometer setup

6 March 2014

Apeldoorn, 28 February 2014 – Avantes, leading innovator in the field of spectroscopy, now has a nifty add-on providing the possibility of combining 2 light signals into one spectrometer or to split a light signal into 2 spectrometers with the option to switch between channels automatically.


The Beam Splitter/Combiner gives you a flexible option for using dual light sources or spectrometers. The small size of the beam splitter allows it to directly mount to the front of any AvaSpec spectrometer or AvaLight lightsource, eliminating the fiber interface. Another advantage is that your existing systems can be easily upgraded to a two channel system. Being highly adaptable, the Beam Splitter enables easy measurement of two different applications at the same time (for example a fluorescence and a absorption measurement).


The Beam Splitter is an innovative solution that can be advantageous in a wide range of applications and markets, common uses for the beamsplitter include

  • Dual-point measurements
  • Lighting, Light measurements
  • Light source monitoring
  • In-line process control
  • Chemistry, Absorbance/ Fluorescence
  • Environmental, Water quality
  • Performance optimization

Avantes is the world leader in the field of spectroscopy. They develop and manufacture spectrometers, light sources, software, fiber optic cables, and accessories. Avantes' products are highly customizable, adaptable to any specific application, and integrated into even the smallest housings. These products therefore find usage in many OEM applications and markets, as well as in the scientific and industrial world. With over 18 years of experience, Avantes continues to produce innovative applications in diverse fields including chemical, solar energy, agriculture, gemology, (bio)medical, semiconductor, light measurement and food processing technology.



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